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Buy Organic Herb Seeds

"Seed Savers is my go-to for growing veggies in my little urban garden. I've grown beautiful garlic, arugula, and herbs that I've ordered from Seed Savers." Margaret Badore, Treehugger Associate Editorial Director

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Uprising Seeds is a wonderful, small company to support and get your seeds from on a regular basis. In addition, Seed Savers Exchange is an incredible resource for all gardeners. Not only can you get some amazing, unique seeds, but you could also get involved in a gardener-to-gardener exchange program.

All garden companies have to go through a five-step process in order to earn the USDA organic status. Keep in mind that small companies may still use organic practices without the official USDA label, especially if they are small or independent. But when you see this on a label or package, you can be sure they earned it.

We offer a wide selection of certified organic herb seed for varieties well-suited to both home and commercial production. Our herbs were chosen for their aroma, flavor, disease resistance and appeal. We offer tried and true standards as well as new, improved varieties. Most herb plants are compact, easy to grow, and are ideal for container gardening, greenhouse production and for small garden plots.

Conventionally grown seeds come from plants that grew in the fields even longer than food crops and are likely to have had even more exposure to synthetic pesticides and fungicides to keep them viable as seed producers. Organic seeds are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides and fungicides.

Our Peaceful Valley brand vegetable seeds are CCOF & USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO and Open-Pollinated (with the exception of hybrid seeds). You can be sure that the crops grown from our seeds are of the highest quality.

Growing herbs from seed is a satisfying and economical way to add variety to your garden. With just a few seeds, you can create an entire herb bed full of different flavors and scents. While there are many types of herb seeds available, some of the most popular include basil, oregano, and rosemary. Each type of seed has its own unique flavor that can be used to enhance the taste of food. For example, basil seeds have a sweet, licorice-like flavor that is perfect for pesto or other Italian dishes. Oregano seeds have a sharp, peppery flavor that goes well with tomato sauces and grilled meats. Rosemary seeds have a woodsy, pine-like flavor that works well in poultry seasoning and other savory dishes. When grown from seed, herbs can provide a wealth of flavor to your cooking.

Look for popular seed collections including Basil, Cilantro and Parsley, or medicinal herb plant seeds including Calendula, Comfrey, Elderberry and much more. Enjoy our full collection of organic and non-GMO seeds for sale.

Herb seeds are easy to grow. Most herbs need full sun and well-drained soil in order to thrive. Once you've prepared your planting area, you'll need to sow the seeds thinly and cover them lightly with soil. Water the area gently, being careful not to wash the seeds away. Then, keep the soil moist but not soggy until the seeds have germinated. Once the seedlings have appear, you can thin them out so that they are spaced about a foot apart. With a little care and patience, you'll soon be harvesting your own fresh herbs.

At Jekka's we have over 140 different varieties of herb seeds available to buy online. Many of our seeds are collected from Jekka's Herbetum. We have put together three different online collections for you to view: Edible & Salad Herbs, Seeds For Children & Basil Herb Seeds. For specific seeds please use the search bar or filter the collection using the various options. If this is too many to chose from, check out Jekka's list of top culinary herb seeds.

We follow sustainable, organic and environmentally sensitive practices and all of our herb plants are grown for the British garden. Our herb seeds are untreated and can be used to grow organic herb plants.

For information about growing the different seeds please use the link to the Jekkapedia page found on the individual plant pages or see the All About Herbs section for more information, which includes Jekka's video on 'How to Sow Herb Seeds'.

Organic Coriander-Cilantro Herb (500mg) Description:With Organic Coriander-Cilantro seeds, you can grow two fragrant spices. Grow Organic Cilantro to use in salads, sauces, and salsas. Grow Organic Coriander Seed to season a wide range of dishes. Patriot Seeds are 100% heirloom and Certified Organic by California Certified Organic Farmers. The seeds are open-pollinated, so you can grow, harvest, and replant your Coriander-Cilantro crop for years to come. These hardy herbs can be grown in most regions. When you're ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds.Organic Herb: Coriander-Cilantro Planting Instructions: Planting methods differ depending on whether you want to grow cilantro or coriander. For coriander, sow seeds in full sun. For cilantro, an area with partial shade is necessary. Plant seeds 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep and 8 to 12" apart after the danger of frost has passed. For a continuous crop, plant every three weeks. Organic Herb: Coriander-Cilantro Harvesting Instructions: Again, methods are different for coriander and cilantro. Harvest cilantro before the seeds form. Cilantro can be dried, but the dry herb is less fragrant. Fresh leaves and stems are very aromatic. It is not recommended to freeze cilantro. Cut the stems and place them in cool water. Cover the cilantro with a plastic bag and it should save in the refrigerator for up to a week. Harvest coriander seeds in the summer as they ripen. If the seeds are left on the plant, it will bend over and the seeds will rapidly become overripe and the quality will suffer. Coriander seeds can be dried and ground into a spice for use in cooking. Did You Know This About Coriander-Cilantro?Coriander grows more fragrant with age. Coriander/Cilantro is the most widely used herb in the world and is a staple in many world cuisines. In Ancient Egypt, Coriander was believed to be good food for the afterlife.

All plants need to be pollinated in order to produce seeds. But unlike hybrids or GMOs, all heirloom seeds are naturally open-pollinated by wind or insects, meaning you can save their seeds and they will grow true to type year after year.

All heirloom seeds are non-GMO. GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organism, and means the plants have had their DNA artificially altered in a lab, often with genes from unrelated species it could not naturally breed with. For example, some GMO corn has genes from bacteria that help them resist certain pests. So, by definition, heirloom seeds cannot be genetically modified.

While there are dozens of great seed companies out there that offer heirloom and open-pollinated seeds, and have also signed the Safe Seed Pledge, I particularly like the following ten companies because I have used their seeds, and they each have something extra special about their mission, their catalog, or their business practices that fosters greater sustainability for people and planet.

Each of the following companies specializes in rare seed preservation, or they are employee-owned, or they focus on seeds that are adapted to a particular climate. The larger companies on this list carry open-pollinated, heirloom and hybrid seed varieties, as well as onion and garlic sets, planting potatoes, berry plants, fruit trees, tools, and more.

The Seed Savers Exchange (SSE) is a non-profit organization working to save heirloom garden seeds from extinction. Their focus is on preserving varieties of seed that gardeners and farmers bring to North America when their families immigrate(d), and traditional varieties grown by American Indians, Mennonites and the Amish.

Baker Creek also carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. They also specialize in rare and hard-to-find heirloom seeds from over 75 different countries. 041b061a72


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